The spa pump takes care of circulating the water throughout your tub. It is, in fact, a device for moving the water and a motor powering the pump. It is also the second most costly component of a spa pack and the most common cause of trouble. As they frequently operate on high speed, and need to pump hot water with chemicals and dirt, they can get broken.
Generally, spa pumps last from 8 to 10 years. Broken spa pumps can get fixed but you’ll want to check if the labor cost is still worth it.
Spa pumps that have been repaired tend to fail more often than a pump that has never been repaired. If the spa pump is more than 3 years old, it is more advisable to replace it.
The spa pump as well as other components of a spa pack that is more than 6 years old should be replaced entirely.
As the heart of your spa, don’t take your spa pump lightly. At the first sign of trouble, check for the best fix or order your spa pump replacement from Spa911.